Bush’s FDA Appointment Cause for Concern

The measure of presidents relates to those they appoint to key positions. Many of George W. Bush’s appointees have impeccable credentials, superior character and stellar accomplishments. As new Chief Justice, Judge Roberts is perhaps the premium example. The...

FDA Wants Botox Ads Pulled

Botox may have received approval from the Food and Drug Administration for cosmetic use, but now the FDA wants Botox ads pulled until they can tell the truth. In a Sept. 5 letter to Allergan Inc., Botox’s Irvine, Calif.-based manufacturer, Mary Malarkey of the...

Botulism, Wine and Friends: The Botox Party

Just over one week after the Food and Drug Administration approved the use of Botox as an anti-wrinkle treatment, people are celebrating—Botox-style—with champagne, hor d’oeuvres and injections of the paralyzing poison. Botox parties are taking the nation by...

Botox: Improving on the Image of God?

We may be made in the image of God, but with cosmetic surgery and pharmaceuticals we could be headed for perfection, at least perfection in the eyes of the Botox Nation. With Joan Rivers as the cover-girl in the war against aging imperfection, over 1 million Americans...